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in florida as well. tucker barnes is joining us with the details. >> after months of silence, g w have active weather now. let's go to max hd radar and tain -- take a look. we have three storms here. we have anna, bill, and now we have tropical depression ebem number ur four. nd and air up west that could be claudette. bnd let's go to washington at r.thp nes hioscrth e area. ne across e h and it looks like a nice sunday for us. bright skies expected and very warm temperatures. we'll have highs eventually in the upper 80s and low 90s, so warmer than during the day yesterday. reagan national right now is off to a very mild start. dulles is 71. dwi marshall, 69. no shower or thunderstorm activities. if you plans today, get out and enjoy it and bring some sun tan lotion. high temperature of 91 degrees. i showed you the tropical bas. i'll have more details on the storms coming up. sarah. >> thank you, tucker. >>> and now to a oson the streets of d.c. someone fired into an open crowd hitting 7 people, some of them teen- agers. this morning still no sign of the shooter. fox 5's roz plater has the
. it is muggy and upping it will stay that way for a while jie. don't know. we'll ask tucker. >> we are glad you could be along with us on fox 5 morning news. tucker is in. tony is taking time off. so we're watching bill. >> tony is under the weather. remember ask the weather guy yesterday? >> probably in thabicaribbean. we've got a lot to talk about. we want to start with hurricane bill. this intensity increasing here in the last several hours. maximum winds, 15 miles per hour with gusts to 1. that makes day category four hurricane. they only go to category five. it continues to move off to the west-northwest at about 16 miles per hour. the sea surface temperatures are running in the 80s. there is likelihood the storm nturcontinued tho i fy si da h el vesyra ses t'esveral days.a ge t o athe r again, we had storms here last night. >> we have aguhaseve used them mybig ad big ones at my house. yo psecanguseoscrhis het stn wan iits wake a lot of kecld coved a little bit of fog and a lot of humidity. i am guaranteeing bad hair days for everybody area-wide today as the monument will really be ver
those critics as extremists. simply for exercising their first amendment rights. bill tucker has our report. >> reporter: the numbers help explain why there's such passion in the health care debate. 74% say their families or other americans will be helped by obama's proposals, yet at the same time, 83% of americans say they're satisfied with their coverage. people, like craig miller in pennsylvania. >> one day god's going to stand before you and he's going to judge you and the rest of your damn cronies up on the hill. >> reporter: a passion apparently unanticipated and feared by some. some political leaders have been quick to dismiss those voices. >> the groups are not necessarily representative of america. >> reporter: the angriest protestors have been called evil-mongers and accused of being rabid for their dissent. conservative groups like the heritage foundation argue that the mocking and name calling is meant to quiet the debate by making the protestors feel embarrassed and foolish, for being afraid of government and asking questions. heritage notes, six years ago it was the dem
constitution columnist cynthia tucker was downgraded from editorial director said this about those opposing government-run health care. >> i think 45 to 65% of the people who appear at these groups are people who will never be comfortable with the idea of a black president. bill: never be comfortable with the eye of a black president. nothing to do with health care. but ms. tucker has been pedalling that kind of garbage for years. check 5 the democratic senatorial pain people have released this ad. >> >> stop spending our money! >> what makes you better qualified. >> just say no. just say no. bill: so, let me get this straight the left wing fringe mobs are organizing against the right wing fringe mobs. sounds like a world wrestling deal. check six the "wall street journal" is reporting that illegal aliens will be counted in the 2010 census and they will be considered illegal aliens. the same as u.s. citizens by federal authorities. that means more congressman people from the border states among other consequences. obviously this should not happen. and finally, check seven. it's august and i
of a changing economy and a changing workforce. bill tucker reports. >> reporter: conventional wisdom says this is work no american wants or will do. but conventional wisdom isn't always right. jason can atoatest to that. he owns and operates iz belll farms in colorado. he advertised for farm hands, he got an unexpected response. >> when we first put it up, our preconceived notion, if you will is, it's going to be hard to find the right people. we turned down some people that i would have hired in a minute, just because there were other people that were, you know, even better. >> reporter: isabel farms workforce isn't exactly what you might expect to find down on the farm. several hold masters degrees, two are working on degrees in agriculture. another holds a degree in architecture. several are part-time teachers, including the farm's foreman, who explains part of the attraction of the work. >> you get down with a hard's day work and take your boots off and you feel great. it's demanding, it's a lot of hours every week, but, you know, it makes me happy. >> reporter: isabel farms is not un
is looking good with sunshine both saturday and sunday all right back to you at the deck. thank you tucker, breaking news right now, a sentence for a man who had a string of home invasions and scared parts of the county. jose garcia was sentenced, fox 5 paul wagner has more. paul, what can you tell us? >> reporter: well, you can only describe us as not just the book being thrown at jose garcia here but the judge really threw the whole library at him if you will. judge michael mason said that the man didn't deserve to walk again in the -- in society. and he gave him y life without parole, but then he threw another life sentence at him to be served together. so basically he will never, ever get out of prison. judge michael mason said the evidence is just overwhelming to him. he said there is no doubt the man committed the crimes. each case was planned. he said the violence was not necessary. he seemed to take pleasure from causing pain. it shows terror with these women who were left left for dead. it is obvious there was a circle of pain with people involved in the case. the attorney also
like that when you step outside today. i'm gurvir dhindsa. >> and i'm steve chenevey. tucker barnes is in with us this morning as well. >> it feels crisp out there and just in time for septemb. everybody will love this week weather-wise. once we get through today, it will be bright sunshine with high temperatures in the mid- to upper 70s and low humidity. tony will be back in a couple of veins. >> he has been on vacation but he is back today. aobre ne icndaa see tony. tan, don't you think? >> yeah. have a cololfront that came through during the weekend. the leftovers are hanging off the coast here. an area of low presreis developing. you can see heavy swers across the virginia-north carola border. that will brush the area this morning. again, we have some cloud cover out there to start the day ar a couple of showers off to the uth and east. i don't think it will amount to much here in washington. eventlly, we'll get it out of here and high pressure. we'll go with clear skies back to detroit and cleveland. once it geer htse t hll wistay fofomuch of the week. temperatures, cool, 67 h
's, it's the do-it-yourself consumer. blame the customer. she's all tuckered out. the stock has plummeted 10% since then. >> the house of pain. >> then today, home depot reported a quarter that looked actually pretty darn good, and even better it raised numbers! ♪ hallelujah >> hmm, lowe's blames the consumer. me, i reach another conclusion -- the consumer's going to home depot. and why the heck not? home depot's executing on its plan. looks like lowe's doesn't even have a plan. in fact, i consider home depot the executioner. lowe's is marie antoinette. how did this happen? for years, we always thought that lowe's was the well-oiled machine, while home depot was self-destructing, courtesy of its ceo, bob nardelli. bob moved into wholesale at the top, cut costs by cutting customer service -- >> the house of pain. >> he knew nothing about retail, nothing about what the consumer wanted. he had no merchandise, no eye at all. i can't believe he didn't obliterate home depot. perhaps a testament to the brand that was superior, no doubt like cramer fave mason storm in "hard to kill." it took si
, spike lee, t.d. jaex, chris tucker, samuel jackson, caroline kennedy. >> you have really just gone down one heck of a list. so who do you want to interview next? >> some football players such as michael vick, donovan mcnabb, tony romo, tyrell owens, chad johnson. >> i think michael vicks is a good one. michael vick is a good one because he's so in the news. when you get that interview, come be on my set and let me know what he told you. how's that? >> okay. >> damon weaver, really proud of you. you did a great job. a i'm sure you're proud. >> i couldn't stop smiling during the entire interview with the president. i want to say thanks to msnbc, they have been a big supporter of msnbc. you guys have helped us out a lot trying to get the interview with the president, especially to norah o'donnell. she made sure to get damon on the air. >> norah o'donnell is a gem. we're all very happy. i'll say thank you and you're welcome on behalf of everybody. talk to you again. good luck. >>> still ahead, the new development in the works that could change the way we use computers. those details coming
at the congressman's tv two step. >> reporter: not since conservative commentator tucker carlson good naturedly made a spectacle of himself, as the political establishment had so much anticipation. >> 16 new stars will take center stage. tom delay. >> former republican house majority leader known as the hammer, no relation to this hammer. ♪ go hammer >> reporter: the other hammer tweeted he'd be dancing with the stars and set up a website -- dancing with delay. the daughter told "the washington post" he lost 12 pounds working out. in anticipation -- >> it's quayle ♪ oh. >> we bring you "dancing with the politicos." >> i can't believe he hasn't hurt himself yet. >> up and down ready to hop. >> reporter: from karl rove's rap to the first couple's slow dance. we let the people -- for instance, former secretary of state madeleine albright giving macarena questions. >> a brilliant show of international dance diplomacy. >> reporter: or sarah palin on ""saturday night live"". >> i say an 11. >> she bites her lip off. dirty girl. >> reporter: one of the lowest scores went to a legendary clip of presiden
who is this group? tucker carlson is a senior fellow at the cato institute and a fox news contributor. nice to see you, old friend. who makes up this group? what are they after? >> money, of course. [laughter] when you look at who supports this plan, it is people who will benefit from it, by the people who do not have health insurance, people who are going to make a lot more money if the government for the regulates the industry, and then everyone else. 80% of americans are satisfied with the health care coverage they have. one example, pharmaceutical companies will benefit under this plan. çyou can see why. if health care coverage is mandated, that means more money for people who provide care, and that means drug companies. there are pretty obvious motives. bill:ç unions are behind in, ad drug law and ears, the federation of american hospitals. it sounds like everyone has their fingers and the spot. >> this is an enormous percentage of the economy. here is the truth about part of what this is going to do. if health insurance companies are prohibited from denying coverage, require
. >> reporter: not since conservative commentator tucker carlson good naturedly made a spectacle of himself, has the political establishment licked its lips in so much anticipation. >> new stars will take center stage. >> reporter: the former republican house majority leader, also known as "the hammer," no relation to this hammer. the other hammer tweeted the news that he'd be dancing with the stars and set up a website, "dancing with delay." his daughter said he's already lost 12 pounds working out. in anticipation -- >> get out his gong, because he's shooting quail. >> reporter: we bring you dancing with the politicos. ♪ look at him jumping up and down ♪ >> reporter: from karl rove's rap, to the first couple's slow dance, we let the people judge. ♪ for instance, former secretary of state madeiline albright giving macrana lessons. >> a brilliant show. >> reporter: or sarah palin on "saturday night live." >> i say an 11. >> she bites her lip while rocking. >> reporter: one of the lowest scores went to a clip of president bush. the question is, can tom delay disprove the republicans can't d
off. tucker carlson joins us from washington, d.c. >> good morning. as we have been talking about, textbooks under the influence of the activist left is not to describe the world the way it is, but to hope for the way it should be. that means sometimes changing history. t whio whit, adam and eve is now eve and adam. in the left-wing version of genesis, adam convinced eve to eat the apple. steve: they are rewriting the bible? [laughter] >> if you look back, you do not have a grandfather clause anymore. that is needless to say, sexist as well. replaced with a retroactive coverage. sportsmanship has that dreaded three letter word, the ugliest word in english, man. it is now sporting conduct. elderly and senior citizens are not around anymore either, not sure why that is offensive, but they are now older citizens. jungle is now forbidden as well. no more jungle. the word is savannah. jungle is a perfectly good word, and evocative word. -- an evocative word. no more george of the jungle, it is george of the rainforest. steve: i wish that you were making this stuff up. but you are actua
'm john tucker. c.e.o. of the american -- an internist. >> i'm executive director of the national association of public hospitals and healthcare systems and will emphasize the health systems part in this meeting. >> i'm a family practitioner. previously -- [indiscernible] >> craig jones, i'm the director for the vermont blueprint for health and a pediatrician as well. >> and i'm michael soman, a family physician who practiced for 17 years at group health -- now i'm the president of a medical group and medical director of the owned and operated delivery system. >> barbara walters, senior medical director at dartmouth hitchcock chicago and -- [indiscernible] and here today with -- [indiscernible] >> i'm dick salmon, family physician and national medical director for performance improvement for significant that health. >> my name is sue williamson, deputy director of the colorado department of healthcare partnership and financing. our agency administers our public health insurance programs like medicaid and our s-chip program. >> i'm david dorr, a practicing inearnist and medical --
for the system. frankly tucker wouldn't be good for the obama presidency. >> some democratic leader says they prefer a bipartisan bill but they don't think the country can afford to wait if the two sides can't reach a consensus. >>> ten years ago, spending $6,000 for a family health insurance policy. today, it's $12,000. by 2016, it will be $23,000. today that 12,000, 1,000 will go over 1,000 represents what a person who was insured pays for people who are not insured through their health insurance premiums. we need to deal with health insurance. >> to learn more about health care reform and how it could affect you and your family, check outs cnn.com/robin. >>> cia interrogators used a gun and power drill to scare information from an al qaeda suspect accused of plotting the "uss cole" attack, part of the abuse in a 2004 released today, a source telling our sister network cnn. the cases bent went to the justice department a former intelligence official says one person was prosecuted and two quit. >>> every january, social security payments rise with the cost of living, but not this time a
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